Saturday, 19 January 2013

Flooding hits Kruger National Park

According to Latest Sightings Kruger, flooding has hit the national park.

According the reports on Latest Sightings, the once dry river at Tamboti is nearing the camp's fence.

The river near the Malelane gate has risen and is apparently pulling down trees.

The Crocodile bridge has flooded, as has the low water bridge at Lower Sabie.

According to one post a baby crocodile was washed into the Letaba camp by the floods, and was rescued.

No pictures were immediately available, but user Elize, who tinged the rescue, says "He's a beauty!"

Yesterday allAfrica reported that the Kruger National Park had closed its bush camps and most of the roads in the Nxanatseni region.

For the latest on how the floods are hitting the Kruger National Park, check out Latest Sightings at Kruger.

- Times Live

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